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NDepend Review and Tips On and off for the past few months, I've been experimenting with the .NET static analysis tool NDepend. NDepend works somewhat differently than most other static analysis tools I've tried. Notably, Most tools tend to work on either compiled assemblies or source code. NDepend uses both. Most tools implement their tests in compiled, executable code. NDepend, on the other hand, uses a proprietary, domain-specific language called CQL. NDepend can enhance its analysis by importing analysis da...

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Static Analysis and Generated Code In recent months, I've been thinking about the problem of static analysis in generated code. Static analysis means using tools like FxCop and NDepend (for .NET apps) lint (for C) and CodeHealer (for Delphi) to find potential problems in your source code. Generated code is code written not by a human being, but by a tool, such as generated classes for a Entity Framework or LINQ to SQL model, an import for a COM type, or code created by a form generator. Static analysis is intended to find code w...
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